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Old 03-04-2005, 10:24 AM
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The 8 month Moody's average thru Feb 2005 is 5.89%. To AVOID the 6.21% trigger point for a 4% Life valuation rate for 2006, the average for the next 4 months would have to exceed 6.85% or so. The rate for the month of Feb was 5.55%.
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Old 04-05-2005, 12:47 PM
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The 9 month Moody's average thru March 2005 is 5.87%.

To avoid the 6.21% trigger point for a 4% Life valuation rate for 2006, the average for the next 3 months would have to be about 7.25%. The rate for the month of March was 5.77%, up a tiny bit from February’s 5.55%.
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Old 05-05-2005, 11:59 AM
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The 10 month Moody's average thru April 2005 is 5.85%.

To avoid the 6.21% trigger for a 4% Life valuation rate for 2006, the average for the next 2 months would have to be a bit above 8%. The last time we were over 8% was five years ago - June 2000. Last month's rate was 5.65%, down from March's 5.77%.
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Looks like 4% here we come. Thanks fsa.
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May avg 5.54, 11 mo thru May 5.82.

To avoid 4.00 for 2006 long life, June would need to be 10.40. Although I don't want 4.00, I think I'd rather have that than 10.40 for June. To go down to 3.75, June would need to be 1.81.
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Hate to be a bother, but can anyone paste the monthly rates for 7/02-12/02 as well as 7/04 - 12/04? Urysohn and fsa have been very helpful, but I've still got a few gaps in my data.

Many thanks.
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Old 06-10-2005, 06:32 PM
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Jul-02 7.27
Aug-02 7.06
Sep-02 6.87
Oct-02 7.08
Nov-02 7.01
Dec-02 6.90
Jul-04 6.24
Aug-04 6.08
Sep-04 5.91
Oct-04 5.87
Nov-04 5.89
Dec-04 5.84

A while ago someone from Moody's sent me monthly from Jan-80, so if anyone needs more, let me know. I also have monthly AFR's from the beginning (Aug- 86)
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Thanks Steve. You're the man.
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Old 07-01-2005, 11:46 AM
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Default Jun Monthly Moody's Avg

5.35 yields a min of 1yr/3yr avg of 5.78 & 5/12

Dynamic val rates of 4.00/4.25/4.50 for long/middle/short duration life products for 2006 issues.
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